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NOT BLOWING WARM AIR

DRYER NOT HEATING UP TO DRY CLOTHES

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  • lupa Jun 17, 2008

    everything seems to work fine but there is no heat, the drum spins with clothes in it but there is no hot air. I have taken the back and top off to look for obvious problems like loose wires or any damage but everything seems good

  • mattsletten Dec 06, 2008

    i replaced the thermostat and the heater regulator but it still dose not heat.

  • Fixer210 Dec 12, 2008

    just want ot clarify that I need to replace the theramal cutout and it is located in the back and I must unscrew the entire back to get to it , is that correct?
    I see a cover in the front botttem but I'm not ure if and how that would come off.
    My Model # is 110-79912990
    Type DDOT NAT 1206006CV22
    Thanks for your help

  • Brinson_Fam Jan 25, 2009

    I have a Frigidaire front load electric dryer Model FER211A that has stopped heating, the dryer will tumble the clothes but it will not heat. Is there anyway I can fix it?

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Most dryers have a thermal cutout, a non-resettable overheat protection, take the model and manufacturer details to your local repair store and you can buy one easily.
then its, take off the rear plate, and trace the exhaust air ducts back till you find an identical item screwed to a duct, unplug its connectors screw the new one in place, plug in the connectors.
Exact info cant be given as you did not tell what make and model the affected dryer is

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My Gas Dryer WhirlPool Model (LGR4634JQ2) Stopped Working One Day In the first time in FIVE
YEARS.Was NO Heat and no flames in the pilot,But the drum was running with no heat.I have a solultion To help you with this.

First take the excaust pipe then take the black back panel with a couple screws (6's screws. Find The White Fuse On The Black Box Heater (On The Left Side). The Fuse Looks Like Plastic White (About An Inch And A Half)
With the two wires.The numbers repair guide (Number six) Part number-(3392519)
Replace for new. You can check the fuse in the car battery with the fuse tester TOGETHER.
Hopes this helps you ! Enjoy!

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